Hong Kong, Australia’s goal to eliminate Covid-19 ‘not sustainable’, says infectious disease expert
SCMP, 19 Jul 2021
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Officials in “zero-Covid” economies such as Hong Kong, Australia and New Zealand have resisted being drawn on specifics about when their communities can return to pre-pandemic life. But Roberto Bruzzone, co-director of the HKU-Pasteur Research Pole, warns that eliminating Covid-19 is an unrealistic goal. The infectious disease expert weighs up the best approaches for economies to reopen in an interview with the Post’s John Power. The HKU-Pasteur Research Pole is a joint laboratory established by the University of Hong Kong (HKU) and Institut Pasteur to develop research of infectious diseases.
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